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  • Switzerland Shootout Winners over Denmark

    Switzerland Shootout Winners over Denmark

    It was really special if you are a Swiss fan because they downed Denmark in a dramatic 5-4 shootout win. Forward Marco Miranda was the hero for Switzerland scoring the only goal in the shootout.

    by Mike Beasley
    Posted January 01, 2017

  • Canada Shows Cracks in Final World Junior Preliminary Game

    Canada Shows Cracks in Final World Junior Preliminary Game

    A well used timeout can pay off in dividends, and I’m sure Team Canada head coach Dominique Ducharme found that out the hard way Saturday afternoon in Toronto.

     
    by Ryan McCracken
    Posted January 01, 2017

  • Canada Suffers First World Junior Loss to Finish Second in Group B

    Canada Suffers First World Junior Loss to Finish Second in Group B

    The Canadians appeared unstoppable at the World Juniors. That was until the Americans put on a shot-blocking clinic to claim first place in Group B with a 3-1 win Saturday in their final preliminary-round game at the Air Canada Centre.

    by Iain Colpitts
    Posted January 01, 2017

  • Leading the Charge (Between the Pipes): Our Q & A with World Junior Team Canada Goaltending Coach Fred Brathwaite

    Leading the Charge (Between the Pipes): Our Q & A with World Junior Team Canada Goaltending Coach Fred Brathwaite

    We All know that famous insurance advertisement: "You're in good hands with Allstate." Well, it turns out young Canadian hockey goalies are in good hands with Brathwaite. 44-year-old Ottawa native son Fred Brathwaite is Team Canada's goaltending coach for the upcoming World Junior tournament, which is being cohosted by Toronto and Montreal.

    by Mike Toth
    Posted December 21, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for November

    ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for November

    Our search for the 2016 HockeyNow Minor Hockey Players of the Year kicked off with the start of the season and we’re watching closely to see which players will rise above the pack.
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted November 18, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for October

    ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for October

    International Scouting Services (ISS) released their first list of NHL Draft Prospects with their Top 30 for October. Occupying the third spot is Gabe Vilardi, HockeyNow’s 2015 Ontario Minor Hockey Player of the Year, who is sitting comfortably in the top 5 scorers early in his sophomore season with the Windsor Spitfires. Visit ISStop30.com to see monthly interactive prospect lists.
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted October 21, 2016

  • Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    It's not easy coaching your own kid. In minor hockey, for instance, if a coach has a child on the team they'll often delegate another member of the coaching staff to relay instructions to the player. After all, most children accept constructive criticism from other adults far more readily than from their own parents. 
    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 21, 2016

  • Let's Go (To) Buffalo!

    Let's Go (To) Buffalo!

    For the third time in hockey history the NHL Draft is shuffling off to Buffalo, with the big show slated for June 24th and 25th. In 1991, "The Big E" hit "The Big B,” as Eric Lindros was selected first overall at the first-ever NHL draft in Buffalo.

    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 20, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: June

    ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: June

    With amateur hockey seasons completed, International Scouting Services has released its final prospect rankings in the 2016 NHL Draft Guide. The industry-leading guide provides the most comprehensive analysis and preview of the upcoming NHL Draft.
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted June 02, 2016

  • 2016 Memorial Cup Predictions

    2016 Memorial Cup Predictions

    The panel has spoken. We asked our Major Junior writers to give us their predictions on how teams will stack up at the Memorial Cup, and if their opinion means anything, which in our opinion (if our opinion means anything) it does, one team is certainly emerging as the favourite.
    by HockeyNow
    Posted May 18, 2016


 

    

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